Innisfail RCMP - Serious Injury Collision Cyclist vs Train

A 47 year old man from Innisfail was airlifted by STARS with severe injuries after being hit by a train on Tuesday, October 10th. That is according to Innisfail RCMP. Mounties say the collision happened on 42nd street and the Canadian Pacific Railwayl crossing in the town of Innisfail.

On Tuesday, October 10 just after 10pm the Innisfail RCMP were dispatched to 42 street and the CP rail crossing in the town of Innisfail.

 

The train crew reported that they had hit a person on the rail tracks at the location.

 

Innisfail RCMP attended and assisted the CP rail police with the investigation along with the Innisfail Fire Department and Guardian Ambulance Service.

 

A 47 year old Innisfail man was taken to Innisfail Hospital by EMS and later airlifted by STARS to a major hospital with severe injuries, but is expected to survive.

 

CP Rail Police and Innisfail RCMP continue to work in partnership on the investigation.

 

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